Homage to the Sicilian river of the same name, the Imera bed is the new project by Elisa Ossino for De Padova

Soft shapes, rounded corners, headboard with delicate capitonné stitching and soft padding that continuously wraps the whole structure: the narration of the Imera bed, designed by Elisa Ossino for De Padova, is elegant and welcoming, perfect for resting, reading, relaxing. New version of the Erei bed, Imera has a higher and tapered headboard that incorporates the front quilting motif. The headboard structure is in wood with padding in polyurethane foam in different densities and polyester wadding; that of the base is in steel and wood with slatted base in curved beech plywood and padding in polyurethane foam and polyester wadding. Feet in powder-coated steel, brick or gunmetal color, or alternatively in aluminum covered in leather. The upholstery of the structure can be removable in fabric or fixed in leather or velvet. The Fire Resistant version is also available on request.

At a glance

What is it?
Double, queen size and king size bed.
What is its design concept?
A tribute to the designer's homeland, the bed, for which Elisa Ossino has chosen smooth lines without edges, is called Imera after the river that flows in Sicily and flows into the Tyrrhenian Sea.
How is it made?
Structure, in steel and wood, covered with a soft padding. Headboard characterized by refined stitching that interpret the capitonné in a contemporary key.
How is it produced and where?
It is made in Italy
How is it special?
Imera has a high and tapered headboard that makes it particularly suitable not only for sleeping but also for reading or a relaxing break.
How is it?
Elegant, soft, welcoming.
In the designer's words...
“It is an extremely simple and elegant bed, but with a strong character that gives connotation to the space. I wanted to convey the desire to sleep but also the beauty of moments of pause, rest and dreams. "